Louis Vuitton is, without a doubt, one of the most popular fashion houses all around the world. Their accessories, clothing and purses are worn and used by many people. This includes men and women of all ages, locations and socioeconimic backgrounds. While celebrities are most likely to purchase Louis Vuitton, their items aren't limited to just the rich and famous. It's no wonder that this particular clothing brand is so successful.
The popularity of Louis Vuitton has spread across multiple countries- including Canada. The clothing brand launched their first ever pop-up store in the Great White North on August 30th. The best part is that it's not going anywhere anytime soon. As a matter of fact, the pop-up store will be around until Sunday, September 29th for customers to window shop and/or buy from.
This pop-up store has already garnered plenty of attention on Instagram- and it continues to do so in-person right at this very moment. All of the items available comes from the women's fall-winter 2019 collection. There are ready-to-wear clothing pieces to pick and choose from, as well as cute accessories and stylish leather goods. While nothing inside will be inexpensive whatsoever, that's to be expected from anything that carries the infamous Louis Vuitton name and signature logo.
The Louis Vuitton pop-up store is currently held inside SSENSE Canada, which is located in Montréal, Quebéc. The massive space has a futuristic vibe due in large part to the primarily steel-coloured walls, floor and décor. Exposed pipes that replicate the appearance of server wires can be seen by all both inside and outside the store. The neon lighting reminds customers of idle computer screens and accompanying CCTVs. It's as if the entire shop is under surveillance, giving an almost dystopian-like feel to the whole place.
So if you and a friend are able to make it to Montréal before September 29th, 2019- and don't mind dropping a ton of money at the same time- it's worth your while to visit the Louis Vuitton pop-up store. Granted, you don't really have to buy anything in order to enjoy yourselves. Just visiting the entire place alone will be a special experience in and of itself!